Meeting with Rayden Solicitors

Offices in St Albans and Berkhamsted

Meetings can be arranged at our offices in St Albans and Berkhamsted or at one of our serviced offices in London. Technology also allows us to act for clients who are unable to visit our offices through disability or distance and we act for many clients who live in countries across the world.

Initial instructions can be taken by telephone or email although we very rarely provide detailed advice over the telephone. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you face to face so we can talk through your case together.

Let us know about your situation

Prior to any meeting taking place, it would be helpful to email us about your situation so that we can consider this before we meet. Your email should include the key dates of your relationship such as when you married or moved in together, as well as a broad overview of what assets you have and when and how they were acquired.

Please be aware that we will, in common with most law firms, ask you to provide written confirmation of your instructions as well as money on account towards your costs before we undertake work on your case.

Finally, in order to comply with the current money laundering regulations, we must also ask you to show us two original documents to verify your identity and address (ideally your passport or photo driving licence and a recent utility bill).

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If you would like to make an appointment or have any questions, please contact us or fill in the enquiry form below.

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